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  • Ryan Pandya and Chimaka Chima
    Ryan Pandya, E13, and Chimaka Chima, E14, EG16, received honors from the Tufts University Alumni Association (TUAA) for their outstanding contributions and service.
  • SEC exterior
    Tufts Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering Society (BEaChES) announces its 2021 Exemplary Engineer Award recipients.
  • Karen Panetta outside the engineering building
    Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta has been recognized by the IEEE-USA Board of Directors for the impact of her co-authored book, Count Girls In.
  • Myisha Majumder, E21
    Myisha Majumder, E21, a double major in civil engineering and quantitative economics, studies the intersection of the environment, equity, and energy.
  • Yiwen Jiang, E21
    Yiwen Jiang, E21, aspires to use her computer engineering training to continue designing things that improve people's lives.
  • Zharia Akeem, E24
    Zharia Akeem, a double major in computer science and biomedical engineering, plans to make an impact in her hometown of Detroit.
  • Zharia Akeem, E24

    Five Tufts innovators talk about what drew them to engineering and how they envision shaping the future.

  • Collage of alumni award honorees
    Thirteen Jumbos, including Chiamaka Chima, E14, EG16, and Ryan Pandya, E13, will receive awards for their work and service at an online ceremony.
  • Scanning electron microscopy of threads coated with electrically conducting carbon-based ink
    A team of Tufts engineers — including first author Yiwen Jiang, a senior majoring in computer engineering — created thread sensors that can be attached to skin to measure movement in real time.
  • A person collected water from the dispensing device
    Researchers from Tufts University and Stanford University develop a novel device that improves water safety in regions that lack financial resources and infrastructure.